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language educator

Susan Diane Williams, Dutch, French language educator. Certified foreign language teacher New York, special education teacher New York, elementary teacher New York.

Background

Williams, Susan Diane was born on April 19, 1952 in Amsterdam. Daughter of James Bernard and Edith Marie Martin.

Education

Bachelor, Skidmore College, 1974. Master of Science in Education, College St. Rose, Albany, New York, 1980. Diplôme Approfondi Langue Française, University Franche Comte, Besancon, France, 1996.

Diplôme Supérieur Etudes Françaises, College Language Association, U.Franche-Comté, 1996.

Career

French teacher Greater Johnstown (New York ) School District, 1977, North Colonie Central Shaker Senior High School, Newtonville, 1978—1979. Special education language workshop specialist Greater Johnstown (New York ) School District, 1979—1981. Special education teacher Saratoga Springs (New York ) City School, 1981—1987, French teacher, since 1987.

Fulbright exchange teacher Lycée François Rabelais, Dugny, France, 1994. Group leader student foreign exchg. Rotary Exchg., Saratoga Springs, 1994—2001.

Fulbright exchange teacher, Dugny, France, 1994. Consultant Capital District Writing Project, University at Albany, since 1980. Group leader High School student educational international travel tours, since 1979.

Achievements

  • Certified foreign language teacher New York, special education teacher New York, elementary teacher New York.

Membership

Educational advisor Congressional Youth Leadership Council, Washington, since 1999. District committeeman Republican Party, Saratoga Springs, 1979—1990. Member of New York State Association Foreign Language Teachers, American Association Teachers French (secretary-treasurer since 1998).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, equestrian sports.

Connections

father:
James Bernard

mother:
Edith Marie Martin